Mental Health Aspects of an Emergency Response

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Center for Preparedness and Response. (2017). Mental Health Aspects of an Emergency Response.
This hour-long webinar, cosponsored with National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (NVOAD), discusses mental health and spiritual care in emergencies. Speakers discuss stress, stigma, isolation, populations more likely to be adversely affected by specific emergencies, and effective communication to address mental health concerns, including in faith-based settings.
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